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Calmer Chameleon

Phil Pickett
Barcode 9781908724540
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Release Date: 15/09/2017

Genre: Biography
Sub-Genre: Music Dance & Theatre
Label: Wymer Publishing
Language: English
Publisher: Wymer Publishing

Culture Club's Phil Pickett co-wrote 'Karma Chameleon' & 'It's A Miracle' & toured extensively with the band. His autobiography explores all the ups & downs of his career whilst being firmly focused on the exploits of Culture Club & Boy George, making this a must read for fans, as well as those fascinated by the music business itself. Phil Pickett first tasted success in seventies band Sailor who scored with hits such as'Girls, Girls, Girls' and 'A Glass of Champagne'. However there can be no doubt that his greatest achievements have been as a performer and songwriter with eighties pop sensation Culture Club with the charismatic singer Boy George.Phil had been Culture Club's keyboard player and vocal arranger right from the beginning and the band were already huge when he started to collaborate on their songwriting. Talk about being in the right place at the right time!He co-wrote 'It's A Miracle' and 'Karma Chameleon'. The latter song was number 1 in every country in the world that had a chart, selling 1.4 million records in the UK alone."Pickett played extensively on all of Culture Club's records throughout this period and also co-wrote many other songs with the band including 'Move Away'.Throughout a long career, Phil has also been associated with a huge variety of artists, writers and producers including Paul McCartney, Phil Ramone, Quincy Jones, Joe Cocker, Jeff Beck, Take That & Malcolm McLaren.He has also written songs for West End musical theatre and Hollywood movies, including Electric Dreams, Top Secret & The Lost Boys.Phil's autobiography explores all the ups and downs of his career whilst being firmly focused on the exploits of Culture Club and Boy George, making this a must read for fans, as well as those fascinated by the music business itself.